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Pattern Backgrounds: 40 Beautiful Websites to Inspire You

Pattern Backgrounds: 40 Beautiful Websites to Inspire You

When building your website, you might want to consider a patterned background. A fancy background might not be the first thing on your list, however, it’s important, and not just for aesthetic reasons – it will help draw more attention and it will blend in with the information featured on your website, tying your ideas together beautifully and coherently.

In order to create a beautiful pattern background, you can blend a variety of design elements until you achieve the perfect look. You can make it vintage and floral, minimalistic and geometric, you can use photorealistic elements, a variety of different layers, and even animations. Additionally, you can opt for a symmetrical look or a random one, or for a colorful palette or a class black and white one. Either way, you’ll want to make a statement that’s in line with your website, whether you’re a blogger, business owner, or app developer.

Coming up with a good background might seem useless and tedious, but trust us, it’s neither! It’s actually a lot easier than it might seem, and you can also have fun with it, as it will allow you to showcase your creativity. You can draw inspiration from other websites and designers, like the wonderful examples we have put together for you in this article, or you can come up with something entirely unique, like a logo that will represent you or a one-of-a-kind pattern that will show the viewer what your website is all about!

We found 40 beautiful websites with pattern backgrounds that we found unique and inspirational that we would like to share with you. We think these are successful examples of taking a website one step further, on both an aesthetic as well as a professional level. We hope these examples will aid you in creating a better, more distinct website that will stand out from the rest. Also, don’t forget to let us know what you think!

Cafe Frida

Use-Your-Website’s-Design-ElementsPin

Letters Inc

Design-a-Pattern-Using-Linework-OnlyPin

Scribble & Tweak

Scribble & TweakPin

Garbett

Use-Transparency-&-LayersPin

ECHO PR

Opt-for-Black-&-White-OnlyPin

Sociali.st

Use-Icons-as-Building-BlocksPin

Matt Luckhurst

Use-Letterforms-as-Design-ElementsPin

Acorns

Use-Variations-of-the-Same-ShapePin

Jamie Wolfond

Swap-Out-PatternsPin

Revelation Digital

Revelation DigitalPin

Lemonadela

Build-a-Bright-Color-PalettePin

Less Rain

Use-Multiple-PatternsPin

Fixate

FixatePin

GS3

GS3Pin

IconSweets 2

IconSweets 2Pin

VOTD TV

Use-Muted-Colors-on-Busy-PatternsPin

GV

Animate-Your-PatternPin

XOXO Fest

Use-Big-ElementsPin

Poke London

Use-a-Simple-Color-PalettePin

Carbure

Be-PlayfulPin

Sourisse Aux Partners

Add-Movement-to-Your-PatternPin

Sam Skinner

Turn-Your-Pattern-Into-Part-of-the-User-InterfacePin

Jam 3

Use-Animation-LoopsPin

Borheh

Keep-It-SimplePin

Taro Horiuchi Spring 2016

Use-Your-HandsPin

Print Mor Nyc

Don’t-Forget-Classic-PatternsPin

UBER

Zoom-InPin

Kelli Anderson

Design-Using-Simple-Geometric-ShapesPin

Alfred App

Alfred-AppPin

Hungarian Wine Society

Hungarian-Wine-SocietyPin

They Make Apps

They Make AppsPin

EEHarbor

EEHarborPin

Kovidesign

kovidesignPin

Marc Mendell

Marc-MendellPin

CULTURAL SOLUTIONS

CULTURAL-SOLUTIONSPin

Kaleidoscope

KaleidoscopePin

RAISE THE ROOF PRODUCTIONS

RAISE-THE-ROOF-PRODUCTIONSPin

GELATERIA SAVOIA

GELATERIA-SAVOIAPin

BZZY APP

BZZY-APPPin

 

Written by Iggy

Iggy is a designer who loves experimenting with new web design techniques, collating creative website designs, and writing about the latest design trends, inspiration, design freebies, and more. You can follow him on Twitter

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  1. crystal infoway says:

    Thanks for the great list! Will help for building new site.well chosen and groovy background can really lift the overall look of a site.

  2. James says:

    Love it

    Thank for the share Iggy

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    Why do you require a phone number to sign up with Twitter?

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